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Note to Attorney Aaron Siri re: US statutes nullifying US Constitution.
Sent by email today, at the suggestion of a commenter.
I’m a paralegal and independent investigative reporter, and I write a Substack about Covid-times law, geopolitics, etc. called Bailiwick News.
Since late January, after I heard Attorney Todd Callender’s interview on Truth4Health with Elizabeth Lee Vliet, I’ve been researching and writing about Callender’s findings about the legal frameworks put in place to implement the WHO 2005 International Health Regulations in the United States.
I wrote a long-read piece, posted on Feb. 26, and have done several other smaller pieces and a summary version:
As I continue digging, I’ve found the series of Congressional statutes passed and signed by presidents between 2000 and the present, including the two mentioned in the subject line: Project Bioshield Act of 2004 and PREP Act of 2005. Full list of the statutes I’ve found so far is below.
I’ve been reading them and preparing to write a series of synopsis/analysis posts about them.
Yesterday, in response to more coverage about the current round of World Health Organization “pandemic treaty” negotiations, I posted another piece highlighting that the theft of sovereignty isn’t at some point in the future, if the new round of WHO negotiations concludes with a new pandemic treaty.
The theft of sovereignty is complete already, and has been operational since January 2020, with WHO Director-General Tedros’ Jan. 30, 2020 declaration of “public health emergency of international concern” (PHEIC) followed by US Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar’s Jan. 31, 2020 declaration of public health emergency in America.
Combined, those two acts functioned under the WHO Constitution and the implementing statutes already in place in the US, to silently and automatically transfer all federal governing power in the United States from the three branches working within the US Constitution, into the HHS Secretary’s hands, with the Secretary serving as a subordinate to Tedros, to implement WHO policies in the U.S. under the WHO Constitution.
The only missing piece is that the silent, automatic overthrow of the US government by WHO hasn’t been announced to the population yet.
In response to the post, a commenter asked me why I used the phrase “judicially unreviewable” to describe the hostile takeover, given the 10th Amendment to the US Constitution, so I posted a quickly-assembled list of some of the provisions I’ve found so far in reading and taking margin notes on the 2004 Project Bioshield Act and the 2005 PREP Act.
A commenter on that piece asked about “willful malfeasance” as a way for plaintiffs to get around the liability protections for the products (vaxxes) and the people involved in developing, manufacturing, distributing and administering them.
I wrote back:
“My understanding is that the people who wrote the statutes — probably pharma lobbyists and WHO technocrats on behalf of financial elites — wrote them carefully to split apart the people who knew how deadly the shots are (the corporate executives, attorneys and researchers) from the people who would actually administer them (the nurses, pharmacists and doctors). So they wrote in two prongs plaintiffs must prove for defendants to be culpable: “willful misconduct” (knowingly engaging in bad behavior like clinical trial fraud or adding toxic ingredients to vials) and “proximate” to injury and death (being near in time and space to the victim.
The corporate executives and researchers knew but weren’t proximate, because they didn’t personally inject victims. The nurses and pharmacists were proximate to the injuries (delivered the injections) but didn’t know about the clinical trial fraud and adulterated contents of the vials.”
The commenter asked me to forward that analysis to you, and ask you “how bulletproof that scheme is.”
I’ve also forwarded the information to Attorney Todd Callender, lead attorney on a Department of Defense case of military personnel against Secretary Austin, who filed an appellate brief in 10th Circuit Court of Appeals on March 28. (22-1032).
Thank you for your tremendous work with Public Health and Medical Professionals for Transparency and other cases.